REPORT: Races for California House seats that Democrats hoped to flip are still too close to call
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A prominent Republican congressman in California appeared to have lost his seat early Wednesday but election returns showed some of the hardest-fought House races in the state remained too close to call as votes still came in.
With 100% of precincts reporting, Democrat Harley Rouda held a lead over longtime Republican incumbent Dana Rohrabacher of Costa Mesa, although the race had not been officially called. Rohrabacher was first elected to Congress in 1988.
The article goes on to state the following:
Republicans Jeff Denham of Turlock and Mimi Walters of Laguna Beach appeared to have survived strong challenges in their districts.
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